Ms. Bowman has twenty-eight years of experience in organizational management, research and development of advanced technologies, systems, R&D program management, science and technology based program development, and broad based R&D concept development and business development.
Her experience includes systems strategic planning and concept development for radiological and nuclear detection systems, hyper-spectral and multi-spectral systems, and engineering and project management for advance electro-optics programs, remote sensing system analysis and testing, design and construction of near-to mid-IR solid state laser systems as well as systems engineering and data analysis support for Navy tactical airborne electro-optics projects. Recent assignments include management of the Transformational and Applied Research Directorate of the Domestic Nuclear Detection Office at the Department of Homeland Security; managing the entire R&D portfolio for DNDO, a 24 member, Fed and Contractor staff and over $110M in programs as well as leading the international R&D outreach for DNDO.
She gained experience with small non-profit organizations during her tenure as a Senior Technology Fellow with the Foundation for Enterprise Development. In this capacity she used her extensive experience with Federal R&D to focus on management of research, development and technology transition.
Ms. Bowman is currently applying her extensive experience with technology development, transition and management as an independent consultant to both Federal, private industry and non-profit clients.